Day trip

Vancouver: Sea to Sky Gondola and Whistler Day Trip

4.8 / 5

75 reviews

Vancouver: Sea to Sky Gondola and Whistler Day Trip

From US$ 150.99 per person

Ride the famous Sea to Sky Gondola in Squamish, take in views of Howe Sound, the coastal rainforest and mountains at the top, explore Whistler Village, stop at Shannon Falls and enjoy the diverse and scenic landscape along the Sea to Sky Highway.

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Duration 10 hours
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Live tour guide
English
Pickup included
Pickup can be arranged from most hotels in downtown Vancouver and Burnaby

Experience

Itinerary
5.5 hours
  • Vancouver

  • 1 hour
  • Shannon Falls National Park (photo stop)

  • Sea to Sky Gondola (gondola ride, self-guided tour)

  • 50 minutes
  • Whistler (free time, shopping, hiking, dinner)

    • Optional
    • Extra fee
  • 2.5 hours
  • Vancouver

Meeting point
Main stop
Highlights
  • Ride the famous Sea to Sky Gondola in Squamish
  • Explore eclectic shops, artisan cafes and hiking trails at and near Whistler Village
  • Stop to admire the towering Shannon Falls
  • Take in diverse views of beautiful British Columbia while riding the Sea to Sky Highway
Full description
Ride the Sea to Sky Gondola, explore Whistler Village and admire the natural wonders in between on this 10-hour adventure that departs from Vancouver. Feel in awe of ever-changing landscapes along the Sea to Sky Highway. There will be a pit stop to marvel at the 335 meter high Shannon Falls. Ride the famous Sea to Sky Gondola in Squamish, an outdoor paradise for climbers and backcountry adventurers. The gondola takes you to Habrich Ridge, where you will have 90 minutes to take in breathtaking views of the mountains, coastal rainforest and network of inlets of Howe Sound. Pass the quaint town of Squamish and the Tantalus Glacier while continuing the journey to Whistler. Once there, spend an afternoon exploring downtown shops and cafes. Located at the base of Whistler Blackcomb Ski Resort, home of the 2010 Olympics, you will be able to take advantage of the surrounding hiking trails.
Includes
  • Sea to Sky Gondola admission
    Covid-19 precautions
    Safety measures in place
    • All required protective equipment is provided
    • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
    • You must keep social distance while in vehicles

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    • This tour includes a tram ride to a mountain top
    Customer reviews

    Overall rating

    4.8 /5

    based on 75 reviews

    Review summary

    • Guide
      5/5
    • Transportation
      5/5
    • Value for money
      4.5/5
    • Safety
      4.8/5

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    A worthwhile trip largely due to tour driver/guide Mark who saw to it that we enjoyed our trip to Whistler and all stops in between. It was a lovely clear day so we were able to make the most of the views. A bit sorry not to see snow but it was summer after all.

    July 24, 2019

    Nice!

    I know we missed some beautiful views due to the weather but it was still a wonderful trip. I wish there had been an option to decide on the gondola ride dependent on the weather. If we could have done it on the way back from Whistler, the weather would have been more clear. Our guide was not bad, but I have had some really excellent guides before. Compared to some of my tours in the past, he was quite average. I found Whistler to be very touristy and commercial. Lots of overpriced shops selling the same types of things and a few mediocre restaurants. But the views were beautiful and I am glad we did it!

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    July 15, 2019

    This was a very good trip. The driver/guide was witty in a dry sort of way (my only quibble is that he reported some Spaniard as the first person to discover some part of Vancouver, rather than stipulating that he was the first white person). We saw four bears in Whistler (two from the bus, which kindly stopped and allowed us to rubberneck) and two halfway up a mountain (bit unnerving, this). All in all, very good service and everyone was friendly and helpful.

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    June 12, 2019

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